Palo Alto, California – “The Confederate Wraith…emerged from Southern Louisiana like a thundering slap in the face to all that the motorcycle industry held dear. It was an absolute break with tradition, a bold insult to the long-held standards of a conservative industry, and a new way of conceiving of the motorcycle that was unlike anything that had preceded it. It was a product of looking forward while respecting history, a curious mixture of old and new ideas blended into a stunning machine that was as brutal as it was intelligent.” Odd Bike, 2014.
Santa Monica, California – #6 of the Tesi H2 production run destined to the US. This one’s new with 0 km on the dash!
Santa Monica, California – “The X132 Hellcat Speedster represents a return to the tradition of the Hellcat, which is a stripped down American hot rod motorcycle” – Matthew Chambers, Confederate’s CEO and Founder.
Santa Monica, California – a former BSB (British SuperBike) racer.
Santa Monica, California – A work of art, an amazing story, and a motorcycle all wrapped up into one.
Linden, New Jersey – “The BMW HP4 RACE is as suave as 007, as blinged up as Jay-Z, as dexterous as Fred Astaire, as predictable as 1+1 yet has plenty in reserve to scare if you get complacent with its raft of high class electronics keeping you in check. It’s a work of art and you’d be forgiven for wasting an afternoon just staring at it. Has there ever been a more magnificent motorcycle for under £70k?” – Bennetts.
Santa Monica, California – Ducati called this “the maximum expression of Ducati’s racing DNA, more similar to a racing prototype than any other bike.”
Santa Monica, California – a custom built “to keep it as close to what the factory could have produced in 1974 as possible” with a few concessions to modern brakes and suspension.
Santa Monica, California – the 10th build by Michael “Woolie” Woolaway while he was at Deus, “Boodakk” brings the joy of the Honda XR650R engine that dominated Baja and puts it in a package that’s ready to dominate the street.
Dripping with original Muzzy race parts from Crevier’s, Chandler’s, and Rymer’s bikes, this ZX-7R is currently done up as a tribute to Scott Russell’s #4.
Hellertown, Pennsylvania – #16 of 50 examples built in a collaboration between Triumph and Paul Smith.
Hellertown, Pennsylvania – #15 of 50 examples built in a collaboration between Triumph and Paul Smith.
Santa Monica, California – With less than 250 miles on the clock, this 2021 Honda Africa Twin adorned in Honda’s classic tri-colory livery is as close to new as you can find outside of a Honda dealership!
Northbrook, Illinois – a beautifully-preserved example of one of Honda’s most stylish bikes, this Tourist Trophy comes with an actual trophy, having won 1st place at a recent show in Barber. The seller of this is only letting it go because he acquired a zero-mile example from us.
Santa Monica, California – built by Eric Schwartzkopf of Schwartzkopf Exclusive Customs in Marina del Rey, California, this custom features a 103 cubic inch Harley-Davidson clone engine in what we believe is a Chopper Guys FXR frame.
Santa Monica, California – the star of multiple Cycle World articles, this bike was campaigned twice at the Daytona 200 by Don Canet.
Santa Monica, California – this ELR was originally sold in Canada.
Santa Monica, California – this Bonnie was built to compete in AHRMA’s Sportsman 750 and BEARS (British European and American Racing Series) classes.
Who says school buses have to be slow? Here’s one of the two CBR954RRs that were campaigned by Honda and Bruce Transportation Group in AMA Formula Xtreme.
Santa Monica, California – offered by the original owner, this Chief features several Indian accessories and RideWright wheels.
Santa Monica, California – #101 of 400 examples that Ducati built as the top of Monster Mountain.
Santa Monica, California – a freshly serviced first-year GSX-R1100 that’s ready to ride.
Santa Monica, California – built by Graves for No Limits Motorsports, this Yamaha R1 competed in the 2002 season of AMA Formula Xtreme and was piloted by Lance Isaacs.
Santa Monica, California – “The German firm gave us what we all wanted in 2014: a naked S1000RR superbike. Bear in mind that, at the time, they had just ripped up the superbike rule book with the RR and was still reigning supreme. So the thought of stripping the fairing off it and fitting straight bars was the ultimate temptation for speed-crazed road riders. And it didn’t disappoint.”
Santa Monica, California – a full set of Honda RC30 bodywork for those of you that are restoring a bike or just want a backup.
Santa Monica, California – a freshly serviced first-year GSX-R1100 that’s ready to ride.
Edgewater, Florida – a restored T120 with just 12 miles since the work was done roughly a decade ago. Upgraded with a Morgo big bore kit and electronic ignition, “it looks basically like an antique Bonneville, but it will run with the modern big boys.”
Hellertown, Pennsylvania – the successor to the above bike, this Daytona also has zero miles.
Hellertown, Pennsylvania – a rare zero-mile example of the already rare one-year only Daytona 650.
Santa Monica, California – “Dollar for dollar, pound for pound, pony for pony, the Kawasaki ZX-14 is one of motorcycling’s finest all-around streetbikes, with comfort, power and speed in spades. That is the consensus CW editors reached after living with a Passion Red 2006 model for the past two years.” – Cycle World, 2009.
Santa Monica, California – equipped with a California plate and a SP paint job, this ZXR is ready to ride.
Santa Monica, California – a wild custom by Ezikiel Dacanay of N°37 Garage.
Santa Monica, California – “There can be no doubt that the Yamaha RD two-strokes have been the most charismatic little rockets built in the last decade.” – Cycle Guide, 1977.
Quakertown, Pennsylvania – Discovered as a hardtail chopper, this bike was ‘resurrected (close to) its original glory over a two and a half to three year period.’
Monrovia, California – custom painted in Lamborghini’s Arancio Livrea, this two-owner Scrambler has just 2,342 miles.
Santa Monica, California – this Hypermotard has a long list of extras, including a 6.4 gallon fuel tank.
Santa Monica, California – “the best-kept secret in motorcycling.” – MCN. This one’s been upgraded with flat slide carbs, OVER RACING exhaust, and a paint job that’s perfect for speedblock fans.
Elgin, Texas – “this bike was ridden by Mikey Lou Sanchez to the 2020 Mini Moto America 160cc National Championship. He was 10 years old when he won! Mikey is the son of Mike Sanchez (AMA superbike) and Trinity Richardson (Army SGT Iraq vet and champion barrel racer) who have sold their farm and moved to Malaga, Spain in their effort to forward Mikey’s career.”
Miami, Florida – this well-modified SXV comes with dirt/street setups, an additional frame/subframe/swingarm, an extra set of bodywork, two suspension set ups and plenty of spares.
Santa Monica, California – This 1970’s Italian Fantic Chopper 125 is as weird and wonderful as the decade that spawned it!
Phelpston, Ontario, Canada – a 1 of 1 prototype patented as a “light weight, single track, motorized vehicle that is amphibious, unsinkable, all terrain and all season.”
A Spanish engine in a British frame, sold in the US. This example comes with the original sales paperwork and a copy of the MSO.
Santa Monica, California – the baby Gamma!
🇦🇺 Brisbane, Australia – signed by Nicky Hayden at the 2010 US MotoGP at Laguna Seca, this tank has been on display in an office since 2011.
Raleigh, North Carolina – This 1986 Honda XL600R is a nice example of Honda’s classic 80’s thumper in the timeless tricolor livery with the one-year-only gold anodized wheels and suspension components.
Glenwood, Iowa – one of the projects from our new Iconic facility in Iowa, this CBR just needs a battery and a good once-over.
Santa Monica, California – a Vespa 125 sold under the Sears Allstate name, this scooter was on display in the owner’s home for years and is now ready for the road again.
Santa Monica, California – Introduced in 1982, the Gyro series of scoots are three-wheelers (one in the front, two in the back) where the body is able to lean up to 40 degrees compared to the rear axle. GYRO is actually an acronym, which stands for “Great Your Recreation Original”. Well, the translation’s not great, but you get the idea!
Santa Monica, California – this tank was used by Kevin Schwantz in the 500cc World Championship. He crashed while this was equipped on his bike and has since signed it!
Santa Monica, California – a rare example of Yamaha’s smallest DT.
Pretoria, South Africa – A fully-restored and award-winning example of Yamaha’s smallest DT.
🇳🇱 Tiel, Netherlands – #2,021 of 5,002 Limited Edition watches built in 2005 to honor Tissot’s status as Official Timekeeper of MotoGP.
Santa Monica, California – “restored to be ridden” by BA Moto, this Spitfire needs nothing but a new rider.
Santa Monica, California – this H2 was restored 15 years ago and has covered just 82 miles since.